Event Sponsors



Immigrant City Circle

Robert T. Kelley
Amelia Stundza
Pamela Yameen


Preservation Partner

Anonymous
Claudia Dengler
Essex National Heritage Area
Robert Forrant
Karen and Jack Herman
Everett Mills Real Estate
Lupoli Companies
Saribern Fund
Strikers' Monument Committee
Mark Svendsen



Research Sponsor

Ardito, Toscano & McCollum CPA
Julie Bishop
Bread Roses Heritage Committee
Community Group, Inc.
The Festival of Trees, Inc.
Friends of the Lawrence Heritage State Park
Diane Haynes
Jackson Lumber & Millwork
Russ and Patricia Karl
Gary Thomas Keating
Lawrence CommunityWorks
Methuen Historical Society
Bentley Library at Northern Essex Community College
Mary and James Pannos
Richard Purinton
Helen and David Tory


Historic Friend

Dexter Arnold
Butcher Boy Market
The Common Sage
Commonwealth Motors
Corpus Christi Parish
James D'Angelo
Mary D. Dumond
Elevated Thought
Enterprise Bank
Marilyn Freeman
Susan and Robert Grabski
Thomas D. Gradzewicz
Margaret E. Greene
Ron Hilbink and Kay Berthold Frishman
Amita Kiley
Marie and Steve Leone
Donna Mailloux
Dave and Pam O'Neill
Thomas Walsh
Torrisi & Torrisi PC
Senator Sue Tucker
Kenneth Yameen
YWCA Lawrence

With Special Thanks To …

John Budzyna (Essex Art Center)
Celebrations by Jenny
Dave Edwards (ECCF)
Lawrence Community Access Television
Lawrence International High School Students
Lussier Photography
Merrimack Valley Community Service Corps., Inc.
Minuteman Press Andover
The Party Connection
The Sidell Family
The Wobblies


To pay by check, please mail checks payable to Lawrence History Center, 6 Essex Street, Lawrence, MA 01840

If you would like to sponsor the event offline, please complete the SPONSORSHIP FORM and return with payment.

THANK YOU! We look forward to celebrating with you on Thursday, June 22, 2017!

Hours

Tue–Fri: 9am-4pm
Sat: By appt
Sun-Mon: Closed

Address

6 Essex Street
Lawrence, MA 01840
978-686-9230

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Mission

Founded in 1978 as the Immigrant City Archives, the mission of the Lawrence History Center is to collect, preserve, share, and animate the history and heritage of Lawrence and its people.